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FY 2003 Budget Summary - February 4, 2002


U.S. Department of Education Fiscal Year 2003 President's Budget

(in thousands of dollars) Category
Code
2001
Appropriation
2002
Appropriation
2002
Proposed Supplemental
2003
President's Request
President's Request Compared to 2002 Appropriation
Amount Percent
OFFICE OF SPECIAL EDUCATION AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (OSERS)
Rehabilitation Services and Disability Research
1. Vocational rehabilitation State grants:
 (a)Grants to States (RA I-A and sections 110 and 111)
M 2,375,792 2,455,385 --- 2,589,521 134,136 5.5%
 (b)Grants for Indians (RA I-C)
M 23,998 25,998     --- 26,804 806 3.1%
SUBTOTAL   2,399,790 2,481,383 --- 2,616,325 134,942 5.4%
Discretionary D 0 0 --- 82,833 82,833 ---
Mandatory baseline M 2,399,790 2,481,383 --- 2,533,492 52,109 2.1%
2. Vocational rehabilitation incentive grants
D 0 0 --- 30,000 30,000 ---
3. Client assistance State grants (RA section 112)
D 11,647 11,897 --- 11,897 0 0.0%
4. Training (RA section 302)
D 39,629 39,629 --- 42,629 3,000 7.6%
5. Demonstration and training programs (RA section 303)
D 21,092 21,238 --- 17,492 (3,746) -17.6%
6. Migrant and seasonal farmworkers (RA section 304)
D 2,350 2,350 --- 0 (2,350) -100.0%
7. Recreational programs (RA section 305)
D 2,596 2,596 --- 0 (2,596) -100.0%
8. Protection and advocacy of individual rights (RA section 509)
D 14,000 15,200 --- 15,200 0 0.0%
9. Projects with industry (RA VI-A)
D 22,071 22,071 --- 0 (22,071) -100.0%
10. Supported employment State grants (RA VI-B)
D 38,152 38,152 --- 0 (38,152) -100.0%
11. Independent living (RA VII):
 (a)State grants (Chapter 1, Part B)
D 22,296 22,296 --- 22,296 0 0.0%
 (b)Centers (Chapter 1, Part C)
D 58,000 62,500 --- 69,500 7,000 11.2%
 (c) Services for older blind individuals (Chapter 2)
D 20,000 25,000 --- 25,000 0 0.0%
12. Program improvement (RA section 12(a)
D 1,900 900 --- 900 0 0.0%
13. Evaluation (RA section 14)
D 1,587 1,000 --- 1,000 0 0.0%
14. Helen Keller National Center for Deaf-Blind Youths and Adults (HKNCA)
D 8,717 8,717 --- 8,717 0 0.0%
15. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (RA II)
D 100,400 110,000 --- 110,000 0 0.0%
16. Assistive technology (ATA)
D 41,112 60,884 --- 30,884 (30,000) -49.3%
17. Access to Telework Fund (RA section 303)
D 0 20,000 --- 0 (20,000) -100.0%
SUBTOTAL   405,549 464,430 --- 385,515 (78,915) -17.0%
Total   2,805,339 2,945,813 --- 3,001,840 56,027 1.9%
Discretionary D 405,549 464,430 --- 468,348 3,918 0.8%
Mandatory M 2,399,790 2,481,383 --- 2,533,492 52,109 2.1%
Outlays, Total 2,730,254 3,026,109 --- 2,981,822 (44,287) -1.5%
Discretionary D 341,049 768,504 --- 466,411 (302,093) -39.3%
Mandatory M 2,389,205 2,257,605 --- 2,515,411 257,806 11.4%

NOTES: Category Codes are as follows: D = discretionary program; M = mandatory program.


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